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Navy SEAL Widow Sobs Tears Of Thanks…Then Bill Maher Insults The Entire Damn Country

Now we’ve heard everything.

Bill Maher isn’t exactly the most conservative of people. In fact, to call the HBO host a raging liberal, or even progressive-slash-socialist, wouldn’t be too far from the truth.

But you’d think even liberals would have their limits when it comes to criticizing President Donald Trump.

Apparently not.

Know how Trump gave a hugely popular speech during his first address to the joint session of Congress, and how even some in Democratic camps, like former Barack Obama green czar Van Jones, said the event was what etched the president as, well, president?

Trump scored particularly high with Americans when he gave his glowing tribute to Carryn Owens, the widow of slain U.S. SEAL Ryan Owens.

It was a highlight, and pretty much everyone in the chamber rose from their seat to pay respect to the emotional widow. Well, with the exception of a few monstrous Democrats.

In fact, the applause went on so long that Trump even said, “Ryan is looking down right now, you know that, and he’s very happy because I think he just broke a record [for applause],” Independent Journal Review reported.

But Maher’s response to all that?

I wasn’t crazy about the response to that. I wish [Carryn] hadn’t allowed herself to be used as his prop like that,” Maher said. He also added: “And I don’t see any great courage here. Where is the courage? Who wouldn’t stand and applaud for a war widow?

Who wouldn’t? YOUR ILK, Maher. That’s who.

As for the rest,  you’re a sick, sick man.

So the entire nation is emotional, the entire chamber of congressional members standing and applauding, the entire cabinet smiling and nodding, the president himself praising graciously, and Maher’s reaction is to scoff? Poke fun? Find a Republican conspiracy?

That’s the left for you.

Nothing’s genuine to them because they’re so fake themselves, they can’t recognize truth.

Source: Independent Journal Review

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